Reviews and Problems with OCZ Fatal1ty 750W / OCZ750FTY
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Nice modular PSU, looks and performance both!
Chaz Tracey, Amazon
3 April 2015
Summary: Works nice in my build, top-mounted in a tower case with window on the side, you can see the red LED glow shining down toward the CPU area. Have 4 drives, plus a R9 270 graphics card and a quad-core AMD CPU with several case fans, toasted a 500w so I figured this 750w had the extra headroom needed.
Summary: This PSU is awesome. Powers my overclocked FX 8350(5.2Ghz) and Radeon HD 7950(1350Mhz) with ease. This product is quiet and performs extremely well. I've always been a fan of modular PSU's and the same holds true for this product. the box came with a storage pouch for all extra cables you don't use.
Summary: This is my third OCZ 750 modular I've purchased. The power supply works great, the only reason I have taken one star off is their terrible rebate program. After my rebate was refused for unknown reasons they said I could reapply.
Summary: Bought this for an i5 ivy bridge build, have two HDD, an SSD, and an optical drive on a p8z77v-pro board, no video card yet. This PSU works well with my set up in bottom mounted on my case with the fan facing down.
Summary: The thing is RED!!! What a lovely PSU for the money. Found this for much cheaper ($75) while on Amazon. Quality of build is meant for top loading, but can be bottom mounted as well. Nice little red glow for those who don't want super bright lights.
Summary: So I was looking for PSU that will match my current DYI computer. I needed to had a red LED light, so far this is the only one that I could find apart from a "diablo" which is probably junk. I know its "fatil1ty" or whatever, maybe a little expensive but hey, its works! Pros: -Red LED. -Not Loud.